Hands On Review of Thunderbird 3
Dec 16, 2009, 15:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The first thing that you will see when running a fresh install
of Thunderbird 3.0 is the prompt to set up your email accounts.
"Adding your Hotmail or Gmail account is very easy. You just
need to enter your username and password and it will do the rest of
the configuration. You don't need to know any IMAP, SMTP, TLS
settings, the wizard will check a database and find the right
settings for your account. It also supports IMAP by default, so you
can sync your online account with Thunderbird easily. Tabbed
"Thunderbird 3 comes with tab support so you can open your
emails in tabs. Search results are automatically opened in new tabs
so you can return to your mailbox easily."